Poland beats Estonia 3-1

Updated: 25 February 2007 09:53 IST

Mariusz Lewandowski and Sebastian Mila scored off free kicks and substitute Grzegorz Piechna added a late goal to give Poland a 3-1 win over Estonia.

Poland beats Estonia 3-1

Ostrowiec Swietokrzyski:

Midfielders Mariusz Lewandowski and Sebastian Mila scored off free kicks and substitute Grzegorz Piechna added a late goal to give Poland a 3-1 win over Estonia. Lewandowski scored the first goal in the eighth minute, driving a low free kick from 20 meters through a wall of defenders and past diving Estonia goalkeeper Mart Poom. Mila doubled Poland's lead in the 57th minute with an arching left-footed shot over the wall from 25 meters. Estonia midfielder Ingemar Teever then netted a cross from Tarmo Neemelo after a mistake by Poland defender Arkadiusz Glowacki put Neemelo in the clear, but Poland striker Piechna rounded off the scoring minutes before the final whistle. Playing without most of his regulars, Poland coach Pawel Janas used the friendly match to judge many younger players ahead of his team's play in next year's World Cup finals in Germany. Lineups: Poland: Jerzy Dudek (Wojciech Kowalewski, 46), Marcin Wasilewski, Bartosz Bosacki (Arkadiusz Glowacki, 62), Mariusz Lewandowski, Marcin Adamski, Damian Gorawski, Piotr Giza (Dariusz Dudka, 82), Sebasitan Mila, Marcin Kaczmarek (Ireneusz Jelen, 46), Marek Saganowski (Przemyslaw Kazmierczak, 72), Pawel Brozek (Grzegorz Piechna, 46). Estonia: Mart Poom, Teet Allas, Andrei Stepanov (Enar Jaager, 16), Raio Piiroja, Dimitri Kruglov, Ingemar Teever (Jurgen Kuresoo, 82), Aleksandr Dmitrijev, Martin Reim (Taavi Rahn, 54), Joel Lindpere, Sergei Terehhov, Tarmo Neemelo. (AP)

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